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A quick demonstration shows just how much work he put into these, as they can even load and unload interchangeable headers using a maneuverable system he built into the model.

The RENPHO massager’s five percussion modes and five interchangeable nodes let you target problem areas on your own.

Sporting 4 interchangeable heads and 6-speed adjustments, you can customize the massage you need to get a soothing treatment every time.

As streaming services thirsty for cheap content pile on interchangeable reality fare, that’s worth celebrating.

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This morning, however, the company announced its new AirPod Pro headphones, which add active noise-canceling, improved sound, and a redesigned form factor with interchangeable tips.

Lots of interchangeable parts: That is how China can roll out so many missile types so quickly.

Materials and mediums are interchangeable—a metaphor, we learn, for mixing and breaking hierarchies of race, class, and more.

But across post-Soviet Ukraine the three have long been regarded as interchangeable and inseparable.

We sink into the domesticated blandness of our interchangeable, modern-era selves.

Perry does the opposite, creating worlds in which white people are disposable, interchangeable, and not the assumed focal point.

The final d is also omitted by illiterate speakers; Usted is pronounced Uste, and even de becomes e. B and v are interchangeable.

The terms "clan," "gens," and "phratry" are by them used with bewildering inconsistency, and are often interchangeable.

To manufacture watches in quantity it was imperative that the parts be interchangeable.

As in the case of the merchant who refused to pay the imposition on currants, ‘Bate’ and ‘Bates’ were considered interchangeable.

This is interchangeable with the regular back, is provided with ground glass for focusing and takes double plate holders.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interchangeable, such as: compatible, synonymous, carbon copy, changeable, commutable, and converse.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.